Where to get correct band for GW-5600R, 3063

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    Where to get correct band for GW-5600R, 3063

    I found this watch on the beach with a broken strap. I took it to all the watch stores and nobody will have anything to do with it since they say it's a diving watch. I ordered a GW-5600J-1V band off Ebay and the clasp part of the watchband does not fit right. The band sticks out near the bezel. I took it to a respected watch shop locally and the guy said I have to special order the band for this watch from Casio. So does anybody know where I can get the correct watchband?

    How about alternate bands as I heard the Casio rubber band has a tendency to crack and break prematurely?

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    Re: Where to get correct band for GW-5600R, 3063

    Quote Originally Posted by Clevor View Post
    I found this watch on the beach with a broken strap. I took it to all the watch stores and nobody will have anything to do with it since they say it's a diving watch. I ordered a GW-5600J-1V band off Ebay and the clasp part of the watchband does not fit right. The band sticks out near the bezel. I took it to a respected watch shop locally and the guy said I have to special order the band for this watch from Casio. So does anybody know where I can get the correct watchband?

    How about alternate bands as I heard the Casio rubber band has a tendency to crack and break prematurely?
    Module 3063 belongs to the GW-M5600.
    A DW-5600E or a DW-6600/6900 strap will fit.
    The GW-5600J is a different beast.

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    Re: Where to get correct band for GW-5600R, 3063

    Quote Originally Posted by d2mac View Post
    Module 3063 belongs to the GW-M5600.
    A DW-5600E or a DW-6600/6900 strap will fit.
    The GW-5600J is a different beast.
    Ah, the mystery is solved! Thanks for the info.

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